Cricket South Africa
Pay-television broadcaster SuperSport has extended its domestic media rights deal with Cricket South Africa until the end of the 2026-27 season
The new South African domestic T20 league, SA20, has secured a promising media rights return in its inaugural season, driven mostly by deals in its domestic market and in India.
UK pay-television broadcaster Sky Sports has acquired rights to Cricket South Africa’s new franchise league, SA20.
Viacom18 secured exclusive rights in India to all Cricket South Africa properties after agreeing to pay a huge increase per India match on the current agreement and committing to a large fee for the new SA20 domestic T20 competition.
The IMG agency has renewed its international media rights distribution agreement with Cricket South Africa, extending the decades-long relationship after a long period of uncertainty
Indian media group Viacom18 has finalised an agreement with Cricket South Africa for the exclusive digital and television rights to all international men’s and women’s matches in the country from 2024-25 to …
Media group Viacom18 has secured exclusive rights in India to SA20, the new South African T20 competition starting in January, for 10 years, from 2023 until 2032
Cricket South Africa is understood to have received no compliant bids for its broadcast rights in the Indian subcontinent, following yesterday's (Wednesday's) bid deadline for rights covering the 2024-25…
Cricket South Africa has gone to market in India and is seeking consolidated bids for broadcast rights to its properties as well as SA20, the new South African T20 competition due to start in January.
Broadcast rights in India for SA20, the new South African T20 competition due to start in January, will be bundled with wider Cricket South Africa rights, SportBusiness understands
The format will involve six privately-owned franchises competing in a league system before playoffs and a final, with 33 matches in total.
Cricket South Africa and pay-television broadcaster SuperSport have announced plans to jointly create a new franchise T20 competition in South Africa
The NBA, which opened its African headquarters in Johannesburg in 2010, sees widespread free-to-air coverage on the public-service broadcaster as key to growth in South Africa.
Cricket South Africa has secured long-term deals in its key international markets of Australia, the UK and India at reduced fees, reflective of a global downturn in cricket media rights values.
Cricket South Africa was underpaid by about R100m for Mzansi Super League international media and commercial rights in 2018 and 2019, according to a report into widespread misconduct and mismanagement at the governing body.
Cricket South Africa has agreed a four-year media rights deal in Australia with pay-television broadcaster Foxtel, running until the end of the 2023-24 southern hemisphere cricket season
Indian pay-television broadcaster Star has finalised a deal with Cricket South Africa for broadcast rights in the Indian subcontinent, the rest of Asia, the Middle East and North Africa
A report into misconduct committed by Cricket South Africa officials has found that Global Sports Commerce, the governing body’s commercial and international media rights agency for its Mzansi Super L…